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Papers of Françoise Henry (d.1982)

Abstract Textual and visual material consisting mainly of notes, drawings and plans, documenting early Christian Irish art, its inspiration and the extent of its influence in Europe, in areas including architecture, sculpture, manuscripts, metalwork, ivory and textiles.

In collection

Date
1928/1980
Extent
174 items
Location of original
Original items located in UCD Archives.
Repository
UCD Archives
Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive
Repository reference
P182
Language
English ; French
Biographical History
Born in Paris, Françoise Henry studied at the École du Louvre under the great celticist, Henri Hubert. Her first major publication Les Tumulus du Départment de la Côte-d’Or was a comprehensive study of Iron Age burials. She studied Carolingian and medieval art with Emile Mâle and Henri Focillon and it was her interest in medieval art that led her to Ireland and University College Dublin. During a visit to Ireland in the late 1920s she saw the Ahenny Crosses in County Tipperary which perhaps more than anything else attracted her to the study of Irish art. In 1928 she published her first article on Irish art, ‘La chapelle de Cormac à Cashel’.
Her career began in UCD as an exchange lecturer in the Department of French in 1934. By the 1940s she was lecturing in Archaeology and European Art, working on a study of Irish antiquities and accumulating a large collection of illustrations of Irish art, mainly in the form of photographic negatives and prints. Some years later Dr Henri became Director of Studies in Archaeology and the History of European Painting. The nucleus of the History of Art Department (School of Art History and Social Policy) in University College Dublin is to be found in the Purser-Griffith lecture series on European painting which she began in 1934.
She carried out a considerable amount of excavation work at Glendalough, at Iniskea off the Mayo coast, and elsewhere; but she is primarily renowned as a scholar of early Irish art. Her first important publication on the subject was La sculpture irlandaise in 1934. In 1940 she published a major work entitled Irish Art, a study combining manuscripts, sculpture and metalwork in brilliant synthesis. The culmination of her publishing career was the three volume work in French and English which appeared between 1963 and 1970—L’Art irlandais, Irish art in the early Christian period, during the Viking invasions, and in the Romanesque period.
Dr Henry retired from UCD in 1974, the year in which the Book of Kells appeared, reproductions from the manuscript for which she wrote the text. Her final years were spent at her home at Lindry in France where she died in 1982.
Acquisition Information
Collection transferred from the School of Archaeology, University College Dublin which retains a collection of c.20,000 negatives and prints.
Scope and Content
Textual and visual material consisting mainly of notes, drawings and plans, documenting early Christian Irish art, its inspiration and the extent of its influence in Europe, in areas including architecture, sculpture, manuscripts, metalwork, ivory and textiles.
Note
Subjects
Ireland
History
Manuscripts
University College, Dublin
Illuminations

Related Material
A collection of c.20,000 photographic negatives and prints is held by the UCD School of Archaeology. A further collection of textual material is held by the Royal Irish Academy.

Record source
Finding aid encoded in EAD by the Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive (IVRLA) - R.M., 20 July 2009

Finding aid author
Helen Quaggin

I. MANUSCRIPTS

A. Manuscripts in Irish Repositories

B. Manuscripts in British Repositories

C. Manuscripts in Overseas Repositories

D. General

II. IRISH STONE

A. Counties

B. Sites

C. General

III. FOREIGN STONE

A. France

B. Other locations

IV. METALWORK

A. Hanging bowls

B. Croziers

C. Shrines

D. Brooches, pins and latchets

E. Chalices

F. Enamel

G. Other artifacts

H. General

V. PUBLICATIONS

A i. Articles and papers - early Christian art

A ii. Articles and papers - other interests

B. Irish Art/Art Irlandais

C. Other Authors

VI. ART HISTORY

VII. CORRESPONDENCE


I.   MANUSCRIPTS

A.   Manuscripts in Irish Repositories

1 [A sketch of an illuminated letter from Manuscript E.4.2 (Liber Hymnorum) Fol. 14r, in Trinity College Dublin Library.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
2 [Research notes and pencil sketches relating to the Martyrology of Tallaght/ Book of Leinster in the Franciscan Library, Dublin.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
3 [Research notes relating to the background to the Psalter of St Caimin. Small pencil sketches of decoration on folios.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
4 [Handwritten research notes relating to bibliographical background of the Domnach Airgid (National Museum of Ireland).] (1902/1982)   [View...]
5 [Handwritten research notes giving bibliographic details of the Miosach (National Museum of Ireland).] (1902/1982)   [View...]
6 [Handwritten research notes relating to the origin of Manuscript 3323 and notes taken from Celtic annals written at Glendalough.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

B.   Manuscripts in British Repositories

7 [MS Harley 1802 (British Museum). Research notes and pencil sketches relating to the background to the manuscript and decoration of particular folios.] (1960-03-22)   [View...]
8 [Handwritten research notes and pencil sketches of the Drummond Missal (British Museum).] (1902/1982)   [View...]
9 [Research notes relating to the decoration of the Add. MS 36929 (British Museum). Includes notes by another hand and typed and handwritten Latin transcription of part of the text.] (1960-06)   [View...]
10 [Pencil sketches in colour of decoration from various folios from Galba A.V. (British Museum).] (1902/1982)   [View...]
11 [Research notes and pencil sketches including three pages of schematic analysis of the gatherings of Corpus Gospels, MS 122, queries (Bodleian Library, Oxford).] (1960-03)   [View...]
12 [Letter from the Keeper of Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library, Oxford enclosing copies of articles relating to St Margaret's Gospel Book.] (1960-05-11)   [View...]
13 [Research notes and pencil sketches, relating to decoration and background of the Rawlinson G.167 manuscript in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.] (1962-07)   [View...]
14 [Coloured pencil sketches of illuminations on ff. lr, 49v, 51v, 52r, 84v, 85r, 127r taken from MS Auct. D.11.19 (Bodleian Library, Oxford).] (1902/1982)   [View...]
15 [Handwritten research notes relating to the decoration of particular folios from Manuscript Auct. D.2.16 in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
16 [Handwritten research notes and pencil sketches relating in particular to the MacDurnan Gospels, with attention paid to decoration and paleography.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
17 [Handwritten research notes regarding the background to the Book of Cerne (Cambridge).] (1902/1982)   [View...]
18 [Gospels of St Chad (Lichfield). Coloured pencil sketches of illuminations on pp. 5, 143, 218, 219, 220, 221.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
19 [Research notes and colour pencil sketches of decoration in the Rosslyn Missal (Edinburgh).] (1960-06)   [View...]
20 [Research notes, lists of pages to photograph, and pencil and pen sketches relating to various manuscripts held in Durham.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

C.   Manuscripts in Overseas Repositories

21 [Paris Manuscripts. Facsimile images all mounted for inclusion in the catalogue of images. Those with numbers on the mounts have photographs already in the photographic collection.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
22 [Paris Manuscripts. Pencil sketches in colour of decoration, all mounted for inclusion in the catalogue of images. Those with numbers on the mounts have photographs already in the photographic collection.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
23 [Handwritten research notes and pencil sketches of decoration for manuscripts MS 155, 24, 25, 18, 7, 2, and list of manuscripts to see in Amiens.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
24 [Research notes, correspondence and pencil sketches relating to manuscripts in the Vatican Library.] (1959-11-14)   [View...]
25 [Research notes and pencil sketches relating to background to the manuscripts in the Vatican Library.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
26 [Research notes and pencil sketches of decoration, references, reproduction requests for manuscripts held in Laurentian Library (Florence).] (1959-09)   [View...]
27 [Research notes relating to Laurentiana Plut 78.19 and pencil sketches relating to the decoration of the manuscript.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
28 [Handwritten research notes concerning The Rabula Gospels in the Laurentian Library, Florence.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
29 [Research notes and pencil sketches relating to manuscripts held in the National Library, Turin.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
30 [Research notes relating to the illumination of the manuscript (Turin O.IV.20) and list of folio numbers.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
31 [Research notes relating to the manuscript of St. Gall Priscian, 904.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
32 [Research notes and illumination relating to the text of the Leyden Priscian manuscript.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
33 [Pencil sketches on tracing paper of decoration in the manuscript (Lindau Book cover (New York). Handwritten notes regarding the parallels with 'North-East Central Asian Bronzes'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

D.   General

34 [Handwritten notes and pencil sketches relating to illuminated manuscripts of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.] (1938-02)   [View...]
35 'La décoration des manuscripts': L'art irlandais III. Typed list notes for the chapter 'la décoration des manuscripts', handwritten draft with corrections of chapter, in French, and background research notes for the chapter. (1902/1982)   [View...]
36 Handwritten notes of paleographical abbreviations, list of manuscripts to photograph, and comparison sketches between Vat. Lat. 1202 and Bertaux. (1902/1982)   [View...]
37 [Research notes and pencil sketches relating to the decoration of psalters from various institutions.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
38 [Research notes and pencil and pen sketches relating to manuscripts in various British institutions.] (1955/1956)   [View...]
39 [Handwritten research notes and pencil sketches relating to the Temptation, the Ascension and the Maeseyek]. (1902/1982)   [View...]
40 [Research notes and pencil sketches relating to the decoration of manuscripts, notes on the Book of Kells and Lindisfarne.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
41 [Research notes, pencil sketches relating to Corpus Christi College 282, Liber Hymnorum, psalters, Loulon, manuscripts at Blickling Hall, Homilies of St Gregorio and D'Orvilee 45.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

II.   IRISH STONE

A.   Counties

42 [Notes and pencil sketches relating to crosses at Dysert, Connor, Bangor, Armoy, Ballycastle, Crevilly Valley and Toberbile, County Antrim.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
43 [Notes on stone carvings, County Armagh and Donaghmore, County Down.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
44 [Notes on stone carvings, County Carlow.] (1942)   [View...]
45 [Notes on stone carvings in County Cavan.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
46 [Notes on stone carvings in County Clare.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
47 [Correspondence between Françoise Henry and Cork Public Museum. Notes on stone carvings, County Cork.] (1936/1952)   [View...]
48 [Notes and pencil sketches on stone carvings, County Derry.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
49 [Notes on stone carvings, pencil sketches and plans relating to County Donegal.] (1928/1951)   [View...]
50 [Notes and pencil sketches on stone carvings in County Down.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
51 [Notes and pencil sketches on stone carvings in County Dublin.] (1948)   [View...]
52 [Notes on the spread of Christianity, pencil sketches and article from the Journal of Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. Notes on stone carvings, County Fermanagh.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
53 [Notes and pencil sketches on stone carvings in County Galway.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
54 [Notes, pencil sketches, correspondence and plans relating to County Kerry.] (1937/1954)   [View...]
55 [Sketches of stone carvings in County Kilkenny.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
56 [Notes on stone carvings in County Meath.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
57 [Notes and pencil sketches on stone carvings, County Tyrone.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

B.   Sites

58 [Notes on stonework on the cross and the cathedral in Tuam, County Galway.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
59 [Notes, pencil and pen sketches and published images on stonework in Clonmacnoise, County Offaly.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
60 [Notes relating to the excavations at Inishkea County Mayo. Includes copies of 1950 report to the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.] (1938/1951)   [View...]
61 [Notes relating to the excavations at Inishkea North, County Mayo.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
62 [Sketches and published images of Inishmurray, County Sligo.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
63 [Notes and pencil sketches relating to Drumcliffe, County Sligo.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
64 [Notes and article relating to St. Patrick's Cross at Cashel, County Tipperary.] (1951)   [View...]
65 [Notes relating to decoration on the cross and round tower at Roscrea, County Tipperary.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
66 [Notes relating to the administration of the excavation of the site at Glendalough, County Wicklow.] (1960)   [View...]
67 [Sketches and notes on crosses and buildings at Glendalough, County Wicklow.] (1964)   [View...]
68 [Sketches and published images of Glendalough, County Wicklow.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
69 [Large survey plans of the building and the land, including a proportional analysis of Oratory of St Gallerus, County Kerry and Oratory of St Declan, County Waterford.] (1957)   [View...]

C.   General

70 [Research notes on the crosses at Kilfenora, County Clare and Mona Incha, County Tipperary.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
71 [Sketches and published images of sites at Counties Kilkenny, Louth, Mayo, Sligo, Tipperary and Westmeath.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
72 [Notes on carved inscriptions at Kilnasaggart, County Armagh and Durrow.] (1962-03)   [View...]
73 [Rubbing of both sides of the Kilduff Cross in County Kerry.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
74 [Notes and pencil sketches relating to tombs.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

III.   FOREIGN STONE

A.   France

75 [Research notes and sketches relating to stone work in various parts of France.] (1955/1957)   [View...]
76 [Notes on artifacts in the Museé des Antiquités de l'Ousest, Poitiers.] (1943/1955)   [View...]
77 [Research notes taken from 'The Third Church at Cluny' by K.J. Conant.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
78 [Research notes on dual arches, article possibly in collaboration with Dr Zarnecki of the Courtauld Institute.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
79 [Typed draft article entitled 'Romanesque Arches with Human and Animal Heads', research notes and correspondence.] (1958/1959)   [View...]

B.   Other locations

80 [Pencil and pen sketches and published images of artwork and sites in various locations.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
81 [Pen sketch of decoration on Bogumil tomb and a plan of the palace of Diocletian, Croatia.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

IV.   METALWORK

A.   Hanging bowls

82 [Research notes, articles and correspondence on hanging bowls.] (1907/1948)   [View...]
83 [Research notes and sketches relating to hanging bowls found in Ireland and Britain.] (1936)   [View...]
84 [Coloured pencil sketches of hanging bowls from the Sutton Hoo Hoard, British Museum.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

B.   Croziers

85 [Research notes and sketches relating to the Lismore Crozier.] (1959-04)   [View...]
86 [Research notes and sketches relating to the Inishfallen Crozier.] (1959-04)   [View...]
87 [Research notes and sketches relating to the Clonmacnoise Crozier.] (1959/1961)   [View...]
88 [Typed list of plates relating to the Kells Crozier.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
89 [Research notes relating to the Cross of Cong.] (1964-03)   [View...]
90 [Research notes on various Croziers and a copy of the 'Bulletin' from the City of Belfast Museum and Art Gallery, Vol. 1 No. 4.] (1963-12)   [View...]
91 [Sketches and pictures of croziers.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

C.   Shrines

92 [Research notes and sketches relating to the Bell Shrine in the British Museum.] (1959-06)   [View...]
93 [Research notes relating to the Shrine of St. Patrick's Bell.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
94 [Research notes relating to the decoration and metalworking techniques on the Shrine of the Bell of St. Cullan.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
95 [Research notes relating to the Soiscéal Molaise.] (1959-09)   [View...]
96 [Research notes relating to Stowe Missal Shrine.] (1963-12)   [View...]
97 [Research notes and sketches relating to the Shrine of Cathach.] (1963-12)   [View...]
98 [Research notes discussing inscriptions on the Shrine of the Book of Dimma] (1902/1982)   [View...]
99 [Notes on the Tournai Shrine.] (1956-07)   [View...]
100 [Research notes and sketches relating to the Shrine of St. Lactin's Arm.] (1959-04)   [View...]
101 [Notes and pictures relating to the Emly, Moymusk, Roscommon, Shannon and Lough Erne Shrines.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

D.   Brooches, pins and latchets

102 [Research notes and sketches relating to penannular brooches, handpins and latchets.] (1930-12)   [View...]
103 [Notes and pencil sketches relating to the Tara Brooch.] (1962-03)   [View...]
104 [Notes and sketches relating to pins and brooches] (1902/1982)   [View...]
105 [Notes and sketches relating to Irish metalwork in Scandinavian Museums] (1902/1982)   [View...]
106 [Research notes and pencil sketches relating to brooches at the Bergen Museum.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
107 [Various sketches, pictures and photographs] (1962-07)   [View...]

E.   Chalices

108 [Notes and sketches relating to the Ardagh Chalice.] (1962-03)   [View...]
109 [Pen drawings of decoration on the Tassilo Chalice.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
110 [Sketch of the base of a Chalice from Clonmacnoise.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
111 [Sketch of Benty Grange escutcheon.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

F.   Enamel

112 [Research notes relating to enamel and two journal articles on antique glass and beads by Gustavus A. Eisen.] (1933-04)   [View...]
113 [Notes and sketches relating to the decoration of Metalwork using enameled techniques.] (1950-12)   [View...]
114 [Notes and sketches relating to millefiori techniques from Ireland, Britain and Continental Europe.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
115 [Notes on the use of enamel in metalwork, including two printed annotated copies of 'Irish Enamels of the Dark Ages and their Relations to the Cloisonné Techniques'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

G.   Other artifacts

116 [Research notes and sketches relating to buckles mainly found in France.] (1951/1952)   [View...]
117 [Notes about Kitzinger and the relics of St. Cuthberth.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
118 [Research notes taken from Archaeologia 1871 with a facsimile copy of the object.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
119 [Notes and sketches relating to the Golden hat of Barnamely, ancient Irish Crown.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
120 [Notes and sketches including water colour by S. Kraft relating to Oseberg.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
121 [Sketch of a bronze artifact from the Bergen Museum.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
122 [Research notes, pencil sketch relating to a silver cross and a booklet entitled, 'Les orfèreries conservées aux trésors de Saint Saulve et de l'hotel-dieu Montreuil-sur-mer' by J. Lestocquoy.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
123 [Sketches of artifacts from the National Museum of Scotland.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
124 [Notes and sketches relating to artifacts from the National Museum of Scotland.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
125 [Notes and sketches relating to clasps on binding from Eugen and candlesticks.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

H.   General

126 [Notes, correspondence and sketches relating to goldsmith techniques on a variety of objects.] (1929-12)   [View...]
127 [Pictures from postcards and sketches relating to artifacts mainly in the National Museum of Ireland] (1902/1982)   [View...]
128 [Pictures, postcard and sketches relating to bronze plaques and the Ardagh Brooch and Chalice.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
129 [Notes, pictures and sketches entitled 'Orfévrerie Irlandaise Diverse' including a copy of 'The Origin of Glass Blowing' by Gustavus Eisen.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
130 [Research notes taken from Moloniers work entitled 'Histoire générale des arts appliqués á l'industrie du cinquième siècle à la fin du dix-huitième siècle'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
131 [Notes on metalwork.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
132 [Notes and sketches relating to St. Manchan's Shrine, Roscommon and Clonmacnoise, and the Shrine of St. Meodhoc] (1902/1982)   [View...]
133 [Notes on metalwork.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
134 [Notes and sketches relating to discs, latchets and hanging bowls found in Ireland and Britain. Copies of plates for inclusion in volume I of 'Irish Art'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
135 [Notes and sketches relating to Irish and Scandinavian Metalwork.] (1949)   [View...]
136 [Images relating to metal work mounted for inclusion in the catalogue of images.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
137 [Notes and sketches relating to objects in the Belfast Museum and drafts of an article entitled 'On Some Early Christian Objects in the Ulster Museum'.] (1961/1965)   [View...]
138 [Sketches and notes relating to to bronze objects, brooches, bracelets and heads in the British Museum.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
139 [Sketches of Scandinavian metalwork from the Stavanger Museum and Historisk Museum, Bergen.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

V.   PUBLICATIONS

A i.   Articles and papers - early Christian art

140 [Correspondence from Daniel-Rops regarding Henry's collaboration on the book 'Le Miracle Irlandais', a plan of the book, notes and two typed drafts of 'L'Art Irlandais et son influence sur le Continent'.] (1954)   [View...]
141 [Notes and papers relating to the 5éme Congés International des Critques d'Art.] (1954-09)   [View...]
142 [Notes for conferences at Alexandria and Belfast.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
143 [Letters, notes and draft articles relating to Henry's contribution to the handbook for the 1957 meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.] (1956)   [View...]
144 [Two handwritten drafts of lecture notes by Henry entitled 'Irish Art and its Influence in Britain'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
145 [Correspondence between Françoise Henry and Hillary Richardson, concerning the selection of plates for publication in the Cultural Relations Committee Booklet and lists of the plates to be used.] (1977/1980)   [View...]
146 [Typed and handwritten drafts of an article by Henry entitled 'Les Crosses Pre-Romanes'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
147 [Handwritten draft of an article in French by Henry entitled 'Columbkille ou Cloumba'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
148 [Copies of reproduced plates.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
149 [Pages of photographs and facsimile images mounted for inclusion as plates in an article by Henry on hanging bowls.] (1936)   [View...]

A ii.   Articles and papers - other interests

150 [Typed draft of an article entitled 'L'irlande'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
151 [Handwritten draft of an article entitled 'Noel en Irlande'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
152 [Notes on Cuchullain and druids and typed drafts of an article regarding the Folklore Commission.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
153 Correspondence relating to a summer school given by Henry, correspondence relates to the organisation of lectures.] (1945)   [View...]
154 [Handwritten and typed notes on French history.] (1945-07)   [View...]
155 [Sketch and notes entitled 'Survivances'.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
156 [Three typed essay plans for Les chevets, l'an mil, architecture octonienne.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
157 [Handwritten paper entitled 'The Churches' discussing the architecture of churches before the gothic style.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
158 [Notes relating to Anglo-Saxon art and Celtic and Norse literature.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
159 [Handwritten drafts of papers and notes on abstract art.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
160 [Notes relating to early migration by the Greeks and Romans.] (1948)   [View...]

B.   Irish Art/Art Irlandais

161 [Notes discussing queries, possibly relating to Volume I of Irish Art.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
162 [Typed and handwritten notes relating to stone, metalwork and manuscript mainly in the seventh century, possibly preparation for the first volume of Irish Art.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
163 [Notes relating to architecture around Europe, some for inclusion in volume II of Irish Art.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
164 [A printed and a typed copy of the index for volume II of Irish Art.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
165 [Printed proofs of the second volume of Irish Art with handwritten corrections.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
166 [Research notes and sketches for volume III of Irish Art.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
167 [Research notes relating to different books and references on Early Christian Art.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

C.   Other Authors

168 [Copies of various journal publications.] (1911/1949)   [View...]
169 [Article from Germania (30). Die Funde aud dem Sarkophag der Konigin Theodelinda in Monza.] (1952)   [View...]
170 [Der Abtsstab des heiligen Germanus zu Delsberg. Article by Gunther Haslhof from Germania (33).] (1955)   [View...]

VI.   ART HISTORY

171 [Catalogue of books on Art History in the Françoise Henry Collection and the Library collection housed at University College Dublin, Library.] (1902/1982)   [View...]
172 [Notes for an article discussing Italian painting from the thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries.] (1902/1982)   [View...]

VII.   CORRESPONDENCE

173 [Postcards and correspondence, including various photographs and a guidebook to the crypt of Jouarre.] (1937/1957)   [View...]
174 [Letters and photographs received from museums, institutions and colleagues.] (1949/1963)   [View...]

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